What’s the story we tell about ourselves? Our country? Our world? How do our common national narratives keep oppression in its place? Does changing narratives really make a difference? How about those who have the courage to change the narrative of their lives? Reflection – Janet Meyer Reflection – Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry
Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry
Today we explore the courage it takes to build meaningful relationships across difference, recognizing that change doesn’t happen from a distance.
At this special annual service, community members merge waters from events and places over the summer, and Racial Justice team coordinators Lisa Kahn and Sheri Price spotlight racial justice activities. A water slide is also provided for fun after the service.
On this Labor Day weekend, we look at the many ways we offer ourselves in service — be it paid or unpaid.
In this annual service, Rev. Lydia answers YOUR questions. Is there a spiritual or religious question about which you’d like Rev. Lydia’s perspective? Email Rev. Lydia ahead of time at email@example.com if you have a question for her. There is also time for a question or two from the floor.
10:00 AM only. Today, we’ll explore insight and reflections from the 2017 Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) General Assembly (GA).
9 & 11 AM: Today, we celebrate our relationship to the Earth and its transformational qualities in our lives. At a time when so much is at stake, taking time to savor the beauty of creation just might be a doorway to saving it.
9:00 and 11:00 a.m.: Today Christians around the world celebrate Easter — a most sacred holiday that celebrates a transformation from death to new life. Through story and art, we’ll celebrate the many expressions of Easter — from the story of Ostara to stories from our own UU tradition. Join us for an engaging Sunday … Continued
April 2, 9:00 and 11:00 a.m.: Today, we begin our monthly theme of Transformation. In our broken world and our wounded lives, Love brings about the transformation that leads to more wholeness. Today, we’ll explore the kinds of Love necessary for healing.